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Sand Adder

Sand Adder is a snake.
It has 3 D just like this game.

Drag and release one of the controller in the direction you want to turn, to change direction.

Tested on Oculus Quest.


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Feedback from the experts

SĂ©bastien Vandenberghe: This is so cool you brought back snake to life !!! Now, I have to admit it is really hard to play in VR, but you did a great job at using the 3rs dimension in a creative way.

Josh Marinacci: The game design is quite effective, though it took a little bit for me to get the hang of turning the snake. It's much harder than the 2d version and I had to actually walk around to solve it. Really great work. You should spruce up the graphics and sound and turn it into a real game!

Fernando Serrano Garcia: The movement mechanics were challenging at first but once you get use to them they seem quite useful to apply in other games too. It feels great to control the snake remotely, I missed some kind of rules or guidance to really understand the relative position of the fruit and the snake sometimes.

Diego González: The game is fun, worked well on an Oculus Rift. I couldnt get it to work properly on a mobile or desktop device, and I think it could benefit from having sensible fall backs to support different devices. Playing in 6Dof is nice, moving around is interesting and the parallax is stunning to see. I would add some messages or better flow between losing or crashing and an easier way to guide the user when the snake reappears in 3D space.